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C347.3 Figure 5-5.—Hazardous Chemical Warning Label. a label. Tank trucks and railroad tank cards must be placarded with Department of Transportation (DOT) symbols. Although the format of the label may differ from company to company, the OSHA Hazard Communication   Standard   mandates   that   certain information  appear  on  the  label.  That  information includes the following: · Identity of the material or chemical · Name   and   address   of   the   manufacturer   or responsible party · The appropriate hazard warning DOD  has  a  hazardous  Chemical  Warning Label (fig 5-5). DOD personnel must use this label on DOD manufactured     hazardous     materials,     repackaged containers,    tanks    of    hazardous    chemicals,    and unlabeled materials already in the DOD system. The labels are 5-13

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